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UCL: Haaland double lifts Dortmund over PSG

UCL: Haaland double lifts Dortmund over PSG

first_imgRelatedPosts Whirlwind Bayern Munich dismantle Schalke in season opener Neymar bags two-match ban Neymar risks seven-game ban, Gonzalez 10 Erling Haaland marked his first Champions League appearance for Borussia Dortmund with a stunning double in a 2-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their last-16 clash. Having scored eight goals in the group stage for Red Bull Salzburg before moving to the Bundesliga side in January, Haaland moved level with Robert Lewandowski as the competition’s leading marksman, scoring either side of Neymar’s tap-in to leave the tie nicely poised ahead of the second leg in three weeks’ time. Lucien Favre unsparingly named the same XI that had started the 4-0 win over Frankfurt at the weekend, but Thomas Tuchel, by contrast, had rotated heavily for PSG’s crazy 4-4 draw with Amiens, and made seven changes to his side, welcoming Neymar back into the fold after a rib injury. The Brazilian whipped a yard or two wide with an 11th-minute free-kick, but that was to be as close as the visitors got to troubling the Dortmund goal and the hosts dominated the first half. Jadon Sancho was everywhere, testing Keylor Navas with a low curling effort and generally wreaking havoc on the counter, while the energy of Achraf Hakimi caused all sorts of problems for Presnel Kimpembe and Layvin Kurzawa down the Dortmund right. Often, it was only a wayward final ball from Dortmund that saved the Parisians. Marco Veratti and Idrissa Gueye were overrun in the midfield by Axel Witsel and Emre Can, but the German’s choice of pass was poor and he wasted an excellent chance with a heavy touch after Hakimi’s smart cutback. The interval should have given PSG the chance to liven up, but the second half began with their left-flank being exposed again, first Hakimi and then Sancho getting to the byline, but failing to find a yellow shirt in the middle. Roman Burki was given his first notable piece of work on 65 minutes when denying Mbappe after a rare flowing move involving Neymar and Angel Di Maria, but soon after, the home side finally found the breakthrough they deserved. It came in predictable fashion, too, Sancho releasing Hakimi on the overlap down that porous right flank, and though Guerreiro’s effort from his cut-back was blocked, Haaland reacted first to toe into the roof of the net. Out of nothing, PSG hit back immediately, Mbappe surging through three Dortmund defenders, none of whom made a convincing challenge, and laid on a plate for Neymar to score what may yet prove to be a crucial away goal. But Dortmund were not done, though, as Haaland produced the latest “wow” moment in a brief career already full of them, lashing a thunderous left-footed strike into the top corner from 20 yards.Tags: Erling HaalandLucien FavreNeymarPSG< Borussia DortmundRobert LewandowskiThomas Tuchellast_img read more

Explosive rushing attack leads Cicero-North Syracuse to Section III Class AA repeat

Explosive rushing attack leads Cicero-North Syracuse to Section III Class AA repeat

first_imgWith eight minutes left in warmups, as Cicero-North Syracuse marched in a straight, two-by-two line toward the locker room, parents and fans cheered and raised signs. One read, “They Can’t Stop What They Can’t Catch: #2.”West Genesee couldn’t catch Jeremiah Willis with 3:29 left in the first half. As he turned the corner and raced up the left sideline, he too knew that he couldn’t be stopped. He had a chance. A chance for not only a 77-yard touchdown run, but also a chance to provide a spark for the Cicero-North Syracuse offense that had been lacking early in the game.As he passed cameras around the 15-yard line, he stuck out his left hand and pointed. He wouldn’t be stopped. And for the rest of the game, neither would the Northstars.“Don’t stop. Don’t stop at all. That’s why I was thinking, don’t stop,” Willis said, “because if I stop, the team stops.”His touchdown run extended the C-NS lead to 20-0, and the Northstars used three additional rushing touchdowns in the second half, cruising in dominating fashion and defeating West Genesee 40-0 in the Carrier Dome on Saturday night. The win gave C-NS the Section III Class AA championship for the second-straight season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Words can’t describe it,” quarterback Conner Hayes said. “You would think doing it a second time, it would feel the same, but it doesn’t. It feels better every time.”The drive after Willis’ touchdown, linebacker Josh Lawrence sacked West Genesee quarterback Tyler Cook twice. Combined with a delay of game penalty, the Wildcats found themselves with a third-and-38. They punted, and as the ball soared down the field, any hopes of a comeback traveled with it. The Wildcats had held their own for the first 22 minutes, but the “athletes on the field,” as Hayes said, began to take over.C-NS opened the scoring on a fourth-and-seven midway through the first quarter. Hayes took the snap and rolled to his right. As two West Genesee defenders rushed towards him, looking for the sack, fingers on the C-NS sideline began pointing down the field.A streaking Shy’rel Broadwater emerged behind two West Genesee defenders who bit on the scramble, and Hayes hit him in stride. The senior ran untouched into the end zone for a 44-yard score.With 9:49 left in the second quarter, Hayes faked a handoff to Jaiquawn McGriff, rolled to his left, and found a slanting Geloff for a 10-yard touchdown.These two touchdown passes helped overshadow a half where Hayes was intercepted twice by Christian Rossi, including his first pass of the game.“We started out a little slow,” Hayes said. “I threw that interception, but we came right back and just kept playing C-NS ball.”Hayes finished with 144 yards on 12-of-17 passing with two interceptions. But on Saturday, the Northstars’ offense didn’t need him to do anything extraordinary. The running backs had him covered.Early in the third quarter, McGriff took a handoff and sprinted toward the C-NS sideline. At the 20-yard line, when a Wildcats defender closed in, he swung his right arm over and juked to his right, and continued into the end zone for a 43-yard touchdown run that increased the Northstars’ lead to 27-0. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 3, 2018 at 10:41 pm Contact Andrew: arcrane@syr.edu | @CraneAndrew Comments As the game’s MVP ran back toward the C-NS sideline, one of his coaches met him halfway, yelling “Hey, Hey, Hey, What? What? What? What?” in shock at the running back’s move.Minutes later he did it again, although this time without the Madden-esque juke. He took a handoff and ran up the gut into the end zone, causing “It’s All Over” chants to ring from the stands.“These kids are dialed in,” head coach Dave Kline said. “They have fun playing the game. You watch them? They have fun.”As the clock ticked down during the last plays of the game, with C-NS’s lead now 40-0 after a 43-yard run by Da-Ron Brown, Willis began to jump. He took off his helmet and began to run around the C-NS sideline pumping up himself, his teammates and the crowd.But as he lined up with the rest of the Northstars at midfield to shake hands with the Wildcats after the game, Kline, at the front of the line, motioned toward Willis.The senior needed to put his helmet back on. He had to stick to the C-NS way. The same way that led them into the state semifinals last season. The same way that allowed them to finish 9-0 in regular season play. And the same way they used Saturday night to advance and play Elmira.“One of our goals was the section championship,” Hayes said after the game. “But that’s not our final goal, I’ll tell you that.”last_img read more

Reconstruction of Miller Street should end by July

Reconstruction of Miller Street should end by July

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Road repairs on the north side of town should come to an end by July, but that may also mean seeking alternate routes during your daily commute.The City of Alpena is completing its reconstruction project on Miller street, between Walnut and Second Avenue.Drivers, remember to slow down and watch for crew members during work zone hours. And heads up — no parking on Miller Street is allowed between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena Post weekly calls for serviceNext Photo of the Day for Wednesday, April 24last_img read more

Josh Rosen trade rumors: Redskins are team ‘most interested’ in dealing for Cardinals quarterback

Josh Rosen trade rumors: Redskins are team ‘most interested’ in dealing for Cardinals quarterback

first_imgThe Cardinals are reportedly considering taking former Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray with the top pick in this month’s draft. But, they could hold on to both players for “a while” and have no deadline to move Rosen, according to an earlier report from NFL Network.Some have speculated Rosen will not fit into new coach Kliff Kingsbury’s offense. Kingsbury, however, said that was not the case when he met with reporters in late March.”People have said a lot of things that are misconceptions, if you will,” Kingsbury said at the time, via ESPN. “But, Josh is a tremendous player, I’ve always thought, watching him at UCLA. He played his best football in a spread system, some similarities to what we do.“He’s a tremendous thinker, very cerebral, can throw it with anybody, and we take a lot of pride in building a system around a quarterback.”The Chargers, Giants and Patriots are all reportedly looking to trade for Rosen, as well. Could Josh Rosen be heading to Washington?The Redskins are the team “most interested” in dealing for the 22-year-old Cardinals quarterback, according to ESPN NFL Insider Todd McShay. NFL trade rumors: Patriots, 2 other teams ‘very interested’ in Josh Rosen NFL free agency rumors: Vikings continue search for veteran backup quarterbackcenter_img The team will not offer its 2019 first-round pick in a deal for Rosen, according to a report from NBC Sports Washington, which cites unidentified league sources.The Cardinals selected Rosen out of UCLA with the 10th overall pick in the 2018 draft. He completed 55.2 percent of his passes and threw for 11 touchdowns, along with 14 interceptions, in 14 games as a rookie. Related News Arizona tallied a 3-13 record in 2018 and missed the playoffs for a third straight season. It finished last in the NFL in total offense.Meanwhile, the Redskins already traded for veteran quarterback Case Keenum last month. Alex Smith suffered a devastating leg injury last season and Washington reportedly believes he will not play in 2019.last_img read more